In today's environment a lot of emphasis is put on automation and being a more technical tester - it's all well and good learning Python or Ruby and picking up a tool but how do we hone our innate skills as testers? What if there was a way of putting your 'bug-goggles' on? Would you be interested in that?

Test Techniques have got a lot of bad press over the last few years often being seen as outdated and unwieldy however applied in the right areas with the correct focus they can yield useful results - let me reintroduce you to some of the old favourites and show how they can be rebooted!